Dallas, Texas 08/04/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(NYSE:AMD) the hardware maker with break-thorough technology for gaming has announced its latest immersive ‘talk of town’ technology – 3D Audio Technology called TrueAudio.
Technically an API, the technology is delivered through the new Mantle allowing gamers to optimize their games for enhanced audio features. TrueAudio was built to satisfying sound engineers creative surges in building ‘immersive’ user experience, as the current lack of hardware as well as components, accessories does not allow for great user ‘sound’ experience.
The beefing of the processor for sound, at the core processor level itself, allows immense room for creative exploitation. The core processing allows for the development of sound enhanced graphics with immense potential for immersive application development in a variety of other domains such as medical, autistic and gaming related experiences!
What is TrueAudio?
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) new feature along with TrueAudio brings the third dimension to Sound, similar to how 2D viewing is enhanced by 3D technology.
In its essence TrueAudio is a signal processor within the CPU Core to handle high schedule of sound processing.
Therefore, the in-built feature will now enable the the CPU to deliver optimized CPU processing cycles allowing sound engineers to step out of the tight CPU processor constraints. Given the free hand to the processing they can now indulge in sound engineering can now include immersive sound technology, among other things, in games as well.
Significance Of Processor ‘Sound’ Beefing
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) arms game developers with advanced computing technology, ushering in next generation gaming consoles. AMD continues to provide innovation and their trending compaction for high sound throughput at the compressor level does allow engineering and gaming community broad bandwidth for creativity. The applications of this empowered processor in other fields are yet to be explored as developers lay their hands on the exciting TrueAudio/Mantle API to create.